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Jahan Dotson Named To Hornung Award Watch List

Itโ€™s safe to say that Penn State wide receiver Jahan Dotson has been generating some buzz this offseason.

The senior wideout has now been named to the Hornung Award preseason watch list. The honor is annually awarded to the most versatile college football player in the nation.

This isnโ€™t the only award watch list Dotson has been named to, though. He has also been named to preseason watch lists for the Biletnikoff Award and Maxwell Award, which are respectively presented to college footballโ€™s top receiver and player.

Dotson made a huge splash last season by posting 884 receiving yards and eight touchdowns. Now, heโ€™ll lead an emerging group of young wide receivers like Parker Washington.

The Nittany Lions kick off their season on the road against the Wisconsin Badgers at noon on September 4.

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